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Unified communications systems: how and why they fail to deliver

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Failure to consult widely enough and provide sufficient training underlie many of the common issues that afflict UC systems
20 Aug 2014

Bayern Munich partners with SAP to power analytics and enterprise software

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Deal will see German football champions use SAP Hana to monitor player performance and health
20 Aug 2014

UK government must pay Raytheon £220m in compensation after e-Borders cancellation

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Termination of £650m programme 'flawed', finds tribunal
19 Aug 2014

Android smartphone and tablet Wi-Fi 'not great' for enterprise use

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'Android needs someone to fix its Wi-Fi,' Jagex head of IT Barry Zubel tells Computing
19 Aug 2014

GCHQ port scans 32 countries to find servers it can hack and use in attacks

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GCHQ's 'Hacienda' programme to find insecure servers it can compromise - and from which it can conduct attacks
19 Aug 2014

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission hacked three times

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Spearphishing and malware used by 'foreign' attackers in presumed attempts to steal nuclear secrets
20 Aug 2014

More than meets the eye: transforming IT at Jagex - an interview with head of IT Barry Zubel

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Barry Zubel, head of IT at game developer Jagex, tells Danny Palmer about virtualising servers, automation and how IT infrastructure will be key to a smooth launch for their next big release
20 Aug 2014

Munich considers dumping Linux to return to Windows - after just one year

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One of the first major migrations from Windows mulls a switch back to Microsoft due to user complaints
19 Aug 2014

Analyse first, store second says big-data analytics firm Guavus

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Guavus chief technologist Ben Parker discusses streaming analytics and the increasing use of open source
19 Aug 2014

BlackBerry crumble stops abruptly as smartphone sales bounce

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BlackBerry arrests its decline as sales increase sequentially in the second quarter, according to IDC
18 Aug 2014
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Hacking back - tempting, but is it legal?

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Sarah Pearce and Jane Elphick of law firm Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP discuss whether firms should explore hacking back, to stop and deter cyber attackers
18 Aug 2014

Insurance industry 'behind' on harnessing big data

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Jason Cabral, group head of pricing and management information at Zenith Insurance, tells Computing the sector could benefit from harnessing big data
18 Aug 2014

Microsoft to release Windows 9 technology preview next month

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Microsoft dangles imminent Windows 9 release in front of disgruntled Windows 8 users
15 Aug 2014

Oracle wins latest round in intellectual property war with Rimini Street

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District court rules in Oracle's favour against cut-price third-party maintenance company
15 Aug 2014

Backbytes: Top Gear and porn – what North Korean internet users are downloading

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Anything that launches Guardian readers into fits of splenetic, spittle-flecked rage is good with us
15 Aug 2014

NIKE picks Juniper Networks to build cloud infrastructure

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"Just do it," NIKE tells Juniper Networks
15 Aug 2014

Running a slick SaaS IT operation: an interview with BG Group global CIO Angus McCallum

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Angus McCallum tells Danny Palmer how shifting towards software-as-a-service tools like Box and SunGard has improved efficiency and flexibility at the multinational oil and gas firm
15 Aug 2014

One-fifth of work PCs harbour malware – study

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Malware-infested PCs down to company policies, claims security software company
14 Aug 2014

Tesco Hudl and other Android devices contain ‘factory reset’ data retention flaw

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Firmware error is to blame, say security experts
18 Aug 2014

SIREN: an alarm call for agile?

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There have often been predictions of a significant agile development failure. Does this mean agile is doomed to fail? Lawyers from DLA Piper debate the issue
18 Aug 2014

Zenith Insurance gets better data insight and cuts fraud with SAS

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Zenith Insurance's Jason Cabral explains how deploying SAS has improved efficiency at the insurance company
15 Aug 2014

The internet runs out of memory, and the unhackable is hacked: Top 10 IT news stories of the week

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On the flipside, the NHS is grabbing some excellent IT budget-saving opportunities as NPfIT is laid to rest
15 Aug 2014

Will Ebay soon take payments in bitcoin?

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Ebay in talks with Coinbase and other bitcoin companies to start offering payments in virtual currency
15 Aug 2014

Samsung pays $200m for internet of things platform SmartThings

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Samsung follows fashion set by Apple and Google to buy household automation company
15 Aug 2014

BlackBerry expands 'BBM Protected' service to all devices using Balance

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More security for your BB-buck, or just another marketing effort?
15 Aug 2014

Michael J Fox Foundation uses big data to monitor Parkinson's disease

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Medical research organisation joins forces with Intel to help speed development of new drugs
14 Aug 2014